HIGH-QUALITY, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ACETATE-BASED HANDICRAFT GLUE MADE FROM RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS
►SUSTAINABLE & LOW ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT - okoNORM Multi-Purpose Craft Glue is made in Germany from natural & sustainable resources.
►EASY-USE – The okoNORM Multi-Purpose Craft Glue is suitable for wood, paper, cardboard, wool, textiles and many other materials.
►GOOD TO KNOW – okoNORM Multi-Purpose Craft Glue is transparent when dry and can be used as a water-resistant varnish. If the glue gets onto clothes, wash them out before the glue dries. Remove glue residue from surfaces with soap and water. okoNORM Multi-Purpose Craft Glue is gluten-free, free from formaldehyde and contains no VOC.
►Ingredients: Aqueous dispersion of polyvinyl acetate and propylene carbonate. Preservatives: potassium sorbate and benzoic acid.
►GREAT CHOICE – Looking for a different okoNORM glue? Try the okoNORM All Purpose Paper Glue.
►The okoNORM STORY
From the first days, okoNORM has been loyal to its fundamental principle in the development of ecologically-friendly products, which have the lowest possible environment impact during production, use and disposal.
Before establishment of okoNORM, the company founders Ellen Schahn and Albert Krohn were actively engaged in environmental protection, citizens' initiatives and social politics.
The history of okoNORM started in 1989 in Frankfurt (Germany), when Ellen and Albert founded the company and developed their legendary “nawaro finger paint”. Right from the very beginning, the company developed its successful philosophy, which remains unchanged ever since: To produce high-quality, environmentally friendly and non-toxic products that are made from sustainable resources.
All okoNORM products meet the highest environmental and quality requirements.okoNORM relocated in 1997 to the peaceful and ecologically clean village of Dedeleben in Saxony-Anhalt, in former East-Germany, and is based in a former sugar factory. Today okoNORM is still a small, independent, but innovative producer committed to people as much as to the environment.